Grizzlies Rugby Ready for Important Game

Published on October 12, 2012

Grizzlies Flanker Paul Marshall looks to help lead his team to victory against Mohawk this Saturday at 1pm

Georgian’s men’s rugby team enters this weekend with something to prove.

First year head coach John Daggett had his team firing out of the gate to start the season, earning two victories over Sheridan and coming away with a draw against Conestoga.

The previously undefeated Grizzlies ran into the very strong Humber Hawks team last week handing Georgian there first defeat of the season with a 116-0 loss.  The Hawks have scored over one-hundred points in each of their four games so far this season.

Still for Coach Daggett, he takes little comfort in Humber’s early dominance in the standings.

“We are trying to make a statement this week (vs. Mohawk),” said Daggett.  “We are not that team that played against Humber.”

The Grizzlies still find themselves in good position sitting in 2nd place in the west division standings with two games remaining and can control their fate heading into the playoffs.

Georgian will travel to Mohawk Saturday afternoon in an important game for both teams kicking off at 1pm.  The Grizzlies will then wrap up the round robin schedule Sunday, October 21st when they travel to Conestoga.

After making some adjustments, the team refocused in preparation for the trip to Mohawk.

“We had a good hard week of practice, which we needed.  We will be ready for Saturday.”

Get the latest varsity team info on www.georgiangrizzlies.com and be sure to follow us on twitter @GeorgianGrizz

Hospitality, Tourism and Rec offers end-of-semester adventure in Europe

Published on October 1, 2014

Students stand in front of a fountain in ItalyAfter working so hard all year long, what student would say no to an end-of-semester adventure in Europe?

If you or someone you know would like to say “buon giorno” to Italy, “grüezi” to Switzerland, or “hallo” to Germany, tell them about EuroTour 2015, organized by faculty in Hospitality, Tourism and Recreation. From visiting a castle in Heidelberg, to tasting parmigiano cheese fresh from the dairy, to dinner in Paris, it will be the trip of a lifetime.

The whirlwind tour will be from April 21 to May 2 and costs $3,350 a person. All students, from all Georgian campuses and program areas, are welcome.

Check out the itinerary. Get the application form and all the other details here.

Duckworth St. exit gate closed Oct. 1

Published on October 1, 2014

The Duckworth St. parking gate exit at the Barrie Campus is experiencing issues and has been closed for the remainder of the day. The entrance gate is still working.

A service call has been placed and the issue should be resolved by tomorrow.

Tony Lee XXX Hypnotist

Published on October 1, 2014

Live in TLC Tuesday Oct. 14. $5 tickets available in SAC A162.

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Shirley’s Dirty Bingo: TRIBUTE

Published on October 1, 2014

Come out for a Tribute to Shirley, with Dirty Bingo on Oct. 7, 2014.

Free Cover. Limited seats available so arrive early!

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Anything BUT Clothes Party

Published on October 1, 2014

Wednesday Oct. 1 inside TLC.

Wear what you dare! As long as it’s not clothes….

Doors open at 10 p.m. 19+ event.

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Relax, unwind in GDR Café, Barrie Campus

Published on October 1, 2014

Need a quiet place to study? Craving a coffee, but don’t want to wait in line?

The Georgian Dining Room Café, located in Room E100, offers an assortment of specialty coffee, tea and biscuits – all under $3!

Open Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Fridays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Half-price lunch for students in the Barrie GDR

Published on October 1, 2014

Students prepare food for Bun on the RunBreak up your usual school routine and enjoy a fine dining experience in the Georgian Dining Room (Room E100) at the Barrie Campus. Lunch is served Monday to Friday, with one seating at noon.

Students receive 50 per cent off their order.

Meals are prepared by Culinary students and Hotel and Resort students provide service.

Large groups and walk-ins are welcome; however, reservations are highly recommended. Reserve your table: 705.722.5142 or gdrevents@georgiancollege.ca.

 

Bun on the Run dishing up lunch at student prices

Published on October 1, 2014

Bun on the Run menu optionsBun on the Run is dishing up delicous lunch items at affordable prices to students every week – Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. All items are freshly prepared and served by Hotel and Resort students – options include soup, salad, sandwich, wrap or entrée.

Stop by Room E109 at the Barrie Campus to check it out! Cash sales only.

 

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